FCCPS Names New Day Care Program Coordinator
POSTED: 4:28 p.m. EDT, October 15, 2008
By: FCCPS Communications
A familiar face will remain at the helm of Falls Church City Public Schools Extended Day Care and After School Activities Programs (ASAP). During its regular meeting last night, the Falls Church City School Board appointed Katie Clinton to serve as the program’s new coordinator.
Clinton had been the program’s assistant to coordinator Bobby Kaplow who resigned earlier this year to accept a similar position with the Arlington County school system.
Clinton’s tenure with the FCCPS began years ago as a center supervisor for the day care program at Thomas Jefferson Elementary. In 1998, she was named assistant to the program coordinator, a position she has held until her latest appointment.
Clinton holds a degree in child psychology from George Mason University. She is also a graduate of George Mason High School.
The Falls Church Elementary Extended Day Care Program, which began in 1975, is open to all school age students (grades K-7) who reside in the City of Falls Church or who are enrolled in a public or private school in the City of Falls Church.